post that struck me that made the point for me. he said the rights to self-protection in the middle of all the death and violence in long beach, california, where he lives, my shop west coast choppers was never robbed or broken in to, in 20 years. it was pretty common knowledge in the neighborhood that i carried, and would defend my business. isn't that the real fact? when people know you have a gun, they have done research on this. celebrities -- i mean criminals are less likely to go to a place where they know it's armed. >> andrea: do you see gun violence in texas? not really. everybody has a gun. i want to make a point about celebrities. the ad you referenced in the monologue, was jennifer aniston, gwyneth paltrow, and they starred in movies with guns. they love the exercise the first amendment right, which they can, even hypocritically. but doing it against the second amendment.